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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER- 30. 1918.
i0v3?a ff II Rely On Cuticura to Clear Your Skin WUboet rnisssging cpother ttresome. ex peashrc treatments. Just smear redness, roughness or pimples with the Ointment. Wash off in five minutes with Cuttcura Soap and hot water cimg Soap freely. beat applied with hands. BmpX. OiatmatSaDdite. Till G. W. U. FACULTY I PLANS Oil ORES OLD-TIME COLD CURE-DRINK TEA! Get a small package of Hamburs crease lea. at any Dnarraacr. Take a tablespoonful of thla haraburg tea. put a cup or Dotting water upon It, pour through a sieve and drink a tcacupfut at any time. It is the most enective way to DrecK a cold and cure grip, as It opens the pores, re Moving congestion. Also loosens the Doweis, tnus oreaicing a com at once. It is inexpensive and entirelr veg etable, therefore harmless. For the first time In its hlstorj Gecrgc Washington University may h dormitory life. If a sufficient m jcr of members of the Students' A. ay Training Corps unit at the In stitution desire dormitory accommo dations for the remainder of the ear. the university may retain one or two of the buildings taken oer for hous ing student soldiers and establish regular dormitories. Questionnaires designed to get in formation concerning the number of students desiring such accommoda tions have been distributed among members of the unit and are expected to be returned within a few days. The questionnaires also Jrfejulre about the future plans of the students so that unlerslty officials may get an idea as to how demobilisation of the Students Army Training Corps will affect the university. Demobilization of the unit will commence Mondsy and continue un'll December M This period will be needed for the subjecting of, the stu dent soldiers to physical examina tions and for the preparation of re ports on the individual work done by members or tho unit since the unit was established. HAPPENINGS IN SOCIETY ' ' - - - " Italian Ambassador and Countess di Cellere Entertain, Miss Marjorie Wright Makes Debut. BURLESON RAISES fflON E EMPLOYES -Definite action by the Postoffce De partment in respect to wage Increases was taken by postmaster uenerai VV-Vst Burleson when he wired the'head of the telephone company In Detroit tha 2I iJ, wages of telephone employes in that ' 7a"lfir lAikrininiErct,oa "ou,(1 Increased beginning TUT T T UUiaUff io?r. w si it Vfho uses a spray syringe should read car letter circular. SENT FREE. Sis r- ESPITB the press of Important matters conneced with nrepa- I J rations for their trip abroad. me f resident and Mrs. Wilson louna lime mis morning to slip away for a round of golf at one of the country clubs. The Italian Ambassador and Count ess Macchl di Cellere entertained dls tlngutshed company at luncheon at the embassy today, their guests being asked to meet the Secretary of State and Mrs. Lansing. The others present were the Secretary of the Interior and Mrs. Lane, the Secretary of Agricul ture and Mrs. Houston, the Secretary of Commerce and Mrs. Rcdfleld. the Third Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. Brcckcnrldge Long, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Baruch, Mrs. William A. Slater, Mrs. McMillan Gibson. Mrs. Henry C Corbln, Count Mlnlscalchl Brlzzo, counselor of the embassy, and the naval attache."Rear Admiral Count Max Lovatelll. The Italian ambassador, accompan- bassy staff, attended the lecture on "Italy's Part In the War," which was glen yesterday by Dr. Charles Up son Clark, of the American Academy at Rome, at the New Masonic Temple, under the auspices of the National Geographic Society. The Belgian minister, Mr. de Cartler de Marcblenne, is the guest In whose honor Assistant Secretary of State and Mrs. William Phillips will enter tain at dinner tonight, Gneata At Dinner. The Vice President and Mrs. Mar shall were the guests of honor at dinner last night of Mrs. 'Thomas F. Walsh. 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Tyree, Chemtst, Inc- - c U7 l. r r - eaaaaaaaaaa-ar WM ssV IftililllBI WA GUARANTEED , TO iNsrArfny rcucvc ASTHMA Jr neHcr ntea ask amy cruccist The decision was reachjd after a conference between Mr..Burleon and First Assistant Postmaster General k I IT mams fin I. VafrYnan nf the vrlr H! ...! u. v.j -- 'i I the Aasistant Secretary, of State anl nvioiiauiilicc. w . jmv ..M.Mfc - - t.from a visit to Detroit, where, it U Mrs. William Phillips, the military understood, he Investigated the tele-, attache of the French embassy and tShone wajre situation. It Is said ' Mme. Collardet, Mr. .and Mrs. Kdsoc that a strike there was imminent Bradley, Mrs. Henry F. Dlmock. th and that quick action by the depart-1 Princess Ghlka. Miss Julia Zaldlvar, ment was Imperative, if a strike was I debutante daughter of the host; Boaz to be avoided. , Long, United States minister to Sal- Detroit action Is expected to be 1. dor: Dr. Howe. Assistant Secre- I followed by similar Increases In other itary of the Treasury, and John Bar. miilhdtitmS MISS ALICE REQUA, Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Reqna; Who Is One of the Debutantes of This Season. ' trip to Brest, France, and Is at pres- usual, on the first Monday In Jasu cnt on duty at Norfolk. Va. Ho ex-lary. x - v . uoo memt eiivt MJ , B S sections of the country, as widespread unrest among telephone company operatives is reported. OK,V DOLL'S HOSPITAL We've cot the Heads nd parts to success, fully repair all dolls also the finest-stock of Imported and domestic dolls on display. GARRHTS ART-STOREI 07 H ST. JC. K Ba&'t atop boyhaaT 23fnr- pavings Stanps until yon have pnrekamed ail MR. BRISBANE ANNOUNCES HIS PURCHASE OF THE MILWAUKEE FREE PRESS MILWAUKEE. Nov. 20. Formal announcement of his purchase of the Milwaukee Free Press, mornlng'papcr; was made by Arthur Brisbane today. The Free Press wll be merged, with the Wisconsin-News, two afternoon papers, which Brisbane recently ac qplre&,and. of which he Is now acting as editor and publisher. K TV- Hon lttew wur aims1 eaalpoed and ready"uio' etttbece peace term. Continue TSnttSVHeie SUB your money buy w. S.iS. eonstantly. rett. director general of the Pan American Union. The handsome le gation on Massachusetts avenus was decorated with pink chrysanthemums and pink roses. Mrs. Fraklln K. Lane, -wJfe of the Secretary of the Interior, entertain ed at luncjieon yesterday In honor, The New Ebbitt t F at Fourteenth Street Keep In Mind the Victory Dance TONIGHT In the Crystal Room Yoq can enjoy dancing in the most reGned environment and select company. Cafe service a la carte. Dancing from 9:30 to midnight Victory Dances every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday evening. G. F. Schutt, Prop. Augustus Gurxipert, Mgr. MMBIIIIIIIIM"wlailll,lMlt WB' I I I v? ALL VETERANS Of the World War, Spanish-American War, Philippine Wars, AND ALL ex-Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines Are Cordially Invited To Join the NEW DISTRICT NATIONAL GUARD .. NOW ORGANIZING Non-com and commissioned, places open to right men. AGES 17 TO 55. Attractive club rooms, target ranges, summer encampment Drills only one night per week. No time lost from your business. Apply NOW before all vacancies are filled ARMORY, 472 L Street Northwest, next to Convention HalL OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. nvenUOn Downtown Recruiting Station, Parker-Bridget & Co., 9th and Pa. Avenue. Hour, 12 to 6 o' Clock ambassador of Argentina, and Mrs. Lansing, wife' 'of the, Secretary f State. " . Miss Helen Taft came from Bryu Mawr College to spend Thanksgiving with her parents, former President and Mrs. William Howard Taft. In their apartmet. t20C3 Connecticut avenue. She will remain for the week"enT " . To Give Tea TJanerr Mrs. William -Mason Wright, wife of Major General Wright, U. S. A, who Is with the A. E. F. in France, will give a tea dance at Rauscher'a this afternoon In compliment to heri debutante daughter. Miss Marjorie Wright. Mrs. Wright and Miss Wright are entertaining a house party of young people for the occasion having as guests Miss Alice Thayer and Miss Katherlne Hutchlns, of New Tork: Harry Knight, of St. Louis, and Capt Ephrlam Towles, and Capt. William Mason Wright, Jr., both of whom are stationed at Camp Meade. Miss Wright's debut party has the distinction of being the first festivity given at Rauscher's since the place was taken over last winter by the Shipping Board. The ballrooms are charmingly decorated and are abloom with quantities of flowers sent the debutante. She will cairy an armful of blossoms and will wear a dainty frock of white silk embroidered In beads. Mrs. Wright will wear a handsome blue velvet gown The group of young girls, m&stly debutantes of this season. In the re citing party are Miss Trances Hop kins. Miss Mildred Bromwell, Miss Olyve Graff, Miss Anna Hamlin, Miss Elizabeth Grinnell, Miss Carter Mul llken. Miss Alice Requa. Miss Mar garet Harding, Miss Louise Littauer, and Miss Margaret Deeble. Mrs. Wright will be assisted by a number of her friends, among them Mrs. James Carroll Frazer, Mrs. Charles S. Hamlin, and Mrs. David Porter. This evening Mrs. William Cocke and Mrs. Harrison Steadman, both of St. Louis, will entertain at a dinner dance at Rauscher's In honor of Miss Wright. The house party, for which she is hostess, "III break up tomor row. Glover has given up the, apartment at the Altamont,.whlch she had leased for the season, and will remain at Orchard Hill, her charming place on the outskirts 1of 'WashtnR-tnn. durlnc the winter. Mrs. Glover expected to let Orchard Hill, but, with the end of j me war sne maae a change in her pians. Mrs. Creeer.YUItlnc Here. Mrs. Richard B. Creecy, wife of Major Creecy. U. S. M. Q., now In France. Is visiting Brig. Gen. and Mrs. Charles G, Long, V. S. M C. at the Marine "Barracks foe a few days, after which she will be the guest of her aunt. Mrs. M. J. Sbrlver," at her home In II street Mr. and Mrs. H. Campbell' Graef will give a tea, followed by a dance, on Saturday, pecember 21. to Intro duce their daughter. Miss Olyve Graef. Commander George M. Baum, U. of Mme. Kaon, -wife of the retlringf-, il" T h?-Dn .on fe 2utr- V. Eve'rh Macy and his son, J. Noet jaacy, nave joined Mrs- Macy -and. the rest of their family at theSt- Regis in .New lorK. hts. Aksel -Wlchfeld has gone to New York and Is at the Ritx-Carlton to say fareweil to Lieut and Mme. Henri Marqulsarv who will sail for France today on board the Rocb,am beau. . - i ' Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C.Jackllng. who have been in Washington and New Tork for the last year, will leave today for their home in Cali fornia. x . I Senator and Mrs. Hoke Smith have as their guest at their apartment In tb,e Brighton their daughter, Mrs. Roland Ransom, of Atlanta. Miss Returns To Capital. Helen Cannon, who has been been ordered to dutv in the office or Naval Intelligence, and soon will Join Mrs. Baum in Washington. I Mrs. William Morton- Grinnell will ,. a uanco on rnaay evening, De cember 20, at the Washington Club. in compliment lo her debutante j daughter. Miss Elizabeth Grinnell. 1 The marriage' of Ulss Catherine Harlow, daughter of "Mr. and "Mrs. tucnara Itarjow, 4o Lieutenant Com mander Theodore -Stark Wilkinson 2d. U. S. N.. wllf take place on Tues dar. December IT. at 5 o'clock In Su John's Church. Tljere will be a large wedding party and a reception In the Harlow residence will follow the ceremony. Mr. Harlow has gone to New York to remain over Sunday. Mrs. John W. Davis, who went to New York to meet her husband, former boucilor General and newly appointed ambassador to Great Britain, has re turned to Washington with Mr. Da vis. Mr. Davis was detained longer than he expected to be In Europe, and their friends here are greatly disap pointed that they will not have time to acept many of the hospitalities that would have been extended to them. They sail "early next week" presumably on the George Washington. Capt. Randolph Mason. U. S. A.. whose marrlsge to Miss Sophy John ston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Marlon Johnston, will take place In St. John's Church on Tuesday .at noon, will arrive In town tomorrow from Camp Hancock, Ga., where he Is on duty. Mrs. James De Forest SafTord will gite a dinner at the Chevy Chase Club tonight In honor of her daughter. Miss GIads SafTord, whose marriage to Dtirward Grlnstead will take place on Monday. spending (some time- at White Sulphur Springs, returned to Washington last night and Joined , her- father. Congress man Joseph y. Cannon. Major F. J. Ferris, who is In charge of the post hospital at Fort Mycr, gave a delightful dance, there on Thanksgivings evening In compliment to the seventeen army nurses, with Miss Weaver as their chief, who are attached to the hospital.. eVenteen officers of the medical corps "were asked to meet them and the officers and. ladles of the. post were also In cluded among the .guests. The deco rations were most effective and the smart white uniforms of the nurses contrasted with the olive drab of the officers' uniforms made a striking picture. During the absence of Countess Macchl dl Cellere. chairman of the Italian relief committee, who la gflng abroad with the Presidential party, Mrs. Fernando Cunibertl will act as clfalrman of the society. Meetings of unit 2 of the committee 'are being held on Tuesday mornings af 1400 New Hampshire avenue under the. di rection of Mrs. J. F. Reynolds Landlf Garments to be distributed among destitute men. women and children of Italy will be made. Used clothing, donated by friends or the committee, will be callected and distributed: The Italian relief committee gratefully ac cepts gifts of warm clothing or money and volunteer workers are urgently solicited. America was represented by only one regiment on the Italian front when Austria-Hungary's military' power was definitely broken and the Hapsburgs -Acre forced lo plead for an armistice, but that Regiment did valiant service-and won the highest praise from the Italian high com mand," said Prof, Charles Vpson Clark in his add'ress before the mem bers of the National Geographic So ciety yesterday afternoon and eve ning on "Italy's Sharo in Winning the War." A Prof. Clark told a thrllllnsr storyf what Italy accomplished both on the leld cf battle and In Its industrial TStabltshments. More than 200.000 omen, he said, had een engaged In he manufacture of munitions, and jlher thousands achieved notable suc cess In the manufacture of thy famous CspronI bombing machines which did so much toward shattering the morae of the Austrian. Italy was the only, allied nation which depended solely upon Its own automobile fac tories for Its motor trucks and lor ries. "If every third car Is a Ford In America, as has been-dajmed, every econd-car was a Ford In the armies of the British and French operating. In the Balkans. But the Italians had their own Flat trucks. The Italian ambassador and mem bers of the embassy staff were guests of tho society at the afternoon tec- OF ROSA FARMER LYNCHBURG. Va, Nor. CO. The supervisors of Campbell county to day offered a reward of f300 for the arrest and conviction of the slayer of Miss Farmer, who was strangled to death on November ID in a woods near her home. Already thecltlzens of the county th rough popular sub scriptions havev offered a 11.000 re ward for the solving of the murder. No trace has ben found by the au thorities of Private Mahon T. Wright, of the ordnance department of the army, who Is named In a 'warrant charging him with the murder of I Miss Farmer. The police say Wright last was seen Sunday In this city, but he was not arrested then as it waa not until Monday that suspicion fell Ion him and a Warrant sworn out for his arrest. Wright also la wanted by the Gov ernment authorities for being absent without leave from his command which Is on detail af the proving grounds at Aberdeen. Md. Willie Russell, the young negro who was arrested In connection with the murder. Is to be given hearing today before Justice J. W. Fortune. It Is generally believed ha will be acquitted. GRAVES FOR HEROES. LONDON. Nov. 30, Big tracts of Plenty of exercise, fresh alr regular houra is all thepre scriptibn you need to avoid Influenza unless through neglect or otherwise, a cold gets you. Then take at once CASCARA?()WNIN fjfin life, -rnr nnnrJifri rrrmli a ' 5 mm : jJ 1'-YZ,- I sTTT "i- VTT" . 4 iiouif aun.iix fnp in j (HW . s--ov m ia vwBj-r-sjsjt ObUln Nv Ufa hj Tator' H.we&LYMPHIirc? RMtor leaatrra rorfev erat.BwlM. IIUDrorsmant ctanm ta riiv. . - Ifrjs from Chloral; Cocalae. Votpata '"V rajic oroga, writ lor dooxsk. Kaea packac contains 19 days' treats jy mall II. c. H. Howolls Ox. W Ctioreh 8U Nw Tork. Sold by People's 1 -Drag Stores and thr Itadlar aruaauia. BUSINESS BOOMS IN ture. when the speaker was Introduced fnd ir cemeteries for therictims df by MaJ. GetkJV. W. Greeley, - TPre "& Somroe battles have mb aixcpiru or uiwi jariuun inun I Btlxlnm and France. Arrangements J have also Peen made between ureat Britain, Italy, Greece, vtA the-Bal- K3JU. i R C. RETAIL STORES i Remember Tobm&m TONSsUC fa the) Xattoafi Son Throat Kesgedy it fa soid Jk ererr Eiateiatie Uaiosx. Jost pee-tfe boy a bottle; oecasiooaBj beeaata -mm -Mopte oecaaeaally ton Sora Taroafc. TSpjr bay it fee the prompt, TreJoosn relief it bring to lusTered from tiifa rnalnij. Toa caa fcrget Ben Throat it 70a wiIT odr" remember TON9UHB and get iba bottle NOW that rC waili fee you at yms dracgiets. &Hk "Look toW Job? kT8 Blow m the bottle vImb yoa SBeaan ana ou oena. oaf fci (akalSias, tlOL yOWivwaAysijMMMyNMwwvwMwMyyw" Washington merchants. -tpdajrure predicting a new high record, for Christmas sales in the District. The month of November has hoWed a volume of business far in excess of November. 1917. they declare, and" De- cemoer is ezpectea to set a new nign llevel in the volume of goods sold. With the lifting of the restrictions placed on Christmas buying by the. Council of National Defense, the. out- loot ror Christmas business has brightened considerably. These re strictions required the merchants- to make special effort to mf. purchases to useful gifts. Now that the armis tice has been signed, merchants are allowed free rein, and can do all tho business, their "facilities win permit. - our only -limit at present is tne Inability to get sufficient "help to take care of the business," said the head of one of the large- department stores. "I never saw such demand for goods before, nor such crowds of buyers in our store." NAME ROAD AFTER PERSHING: The State of Missouri' wants Uxo world to know that Gen, -John . Psrshlncr Is a Mlssourian. and as a means of Impressing Uvefapt lipan ine puouc minq me secuoa 01 Mi "Pike's Peak Ocean to Ocean HlgH 'way" passing through the State ha been rechrlstened "Pershing's Trans port Route." Don't atop buying; War Savings stamps until 700 have purchased all you can. ' sKillHIalHHIaHiiH ' n.x''JtmwMEm I C KB C3psHBaala 1 iwfll VZsS.W.saaaV 9 lw I IHI !, aslllK. 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LANSBURGH & ERO., ; I 426-439 Seventh St, Through to "Eighth. j . -'rs'sTtg,WiaasTB . . sajBjpHaPsjjsaa aas- 1 Miss TlromTrrll o Make Debate Miss Mildred Cromwell daughter of Mrs. Charles S Kromttell and granddaughter of Mrs. Matthew T Scott, will be presented to society nt a tea to be given by Mrs. Bromwell or. Saturdsy afternoon. December 14. at their home In Q street The re ception will be followed In the even ing by an Informal danco for yi-unjr people. Miss Bromwell and Miss Burkts Uhle, of New York, who Is lslting her, spent Thanksgllng at Foxcroft, Va . motoring down to attend the hunt breakfast which Is an annual event Mlsa I'.llen Bruce I-e. daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur I.ee. ar rived today to lsit Miss Bromwell. Paymaster C C Glover. Jr. U S N. ras returned to thin country after a Children's Coughs may be checked and more serioui conditions of the throat JI be often avoided by promptly sivus the child a dose of safe PISO'S ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS 3 Union Savings Bank -OLAIKST SAVINGS BlHIt in WAsulGTolr" Wade.R. CpeT.Preslden, ia rsorteeata tr "Who stole the hat?" That's to be a bun ng question In Washington next ucek and overybody will hae an opportunity to find out: for the soldiers from the Aberdeen Prolng Grounds will present their clever and tuneful show at the Belasco Theater. The run will open on Sunday even lug. but Monday eenlng. which will be designated as "Allies' Night," will be the gala performance of the week The home will be gay with flags of th allies, and foreign ambassadors rrembers of the diplomatic corps, aid a representation of official society have signified their Intention to be present. The soldiers can't go to Trance be cause the war I ended. can put on a splendid sliou, because there s no end to the fun In the world ine production is oeaulirullv cos tumed, the music tuneful, the "girls" amazingly lovely and feminine. The show Is being presented under the di rection of Jack Mason, of Winter Garden fame, who put on the "Sin bad," In which Al Jolson added to his fame A percentage of the proceeds from the week's run will, go to Mounded soldier, sailors and ma rines and the remainder will be used to build a gymnasium and community club house at Aberdeen Ucut Anthony 1 Urriel, Jr., U. S. A or Philadelphia. Is "advance agent" for the production. President Wilson had signified his desire to attend the performance, but will be unable to be present, as he leaves so soon for his Journey to Europe. Major McDonnell a Fatbrr. Major Austin McDonnell, Field Ar tillery, U S. A , now In France, and Mrs. McDonnell, arn reselling con gratulations on the birth of a daugh ter. Austlne Byrne McDonnell. In Bos The musical and dramatic entertain ment at the Arts Club of Washington 2317 I street northwest, on- Sunday evening at 8:30, will prate unusaally full and Interesting. The following musicians and artists he consented to assist on this occasion: Mrs. Benjamin Soule Gantz, vocal solo; Mrs. Bertrand Trenls, accom pan 1st. Miss Evelyn Payne, violin solo; Miss' mne. aecomria.Ts-. Mr Homer Guemette, violin solo. Mrs. James Hamilton Fred will recite the greatest military poem In the Eng lish language Several professors and associates of the Columbia Poljtechnlc Institute fo. the Blind hare consented to assist They are as follows: Prof. H. R. WJ allies. Aiiss Luuicnnc i urauj .ii? rl Louise Patterson, and J. Francis Cermulllcr. NEW LUNCHEONETTE AND RESTAURETTE Announcing the Opening of Another Unique Establishment' AT 1327' F STREET, N. W. Today M II of Nor- r Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wade, folk, Va, nrc spending the weck-cnJi with Ensign and Mrs George A. Ott. I I Lieutenant Commander Truman II 1 Newberr, V S. N. Senator-elect from Mlrlilran. and Mru. Newberry were the guests last night of Mr 1 nn1 Mm Herhcrt T.. Sattertee in thclt i but they bo at tl)e opera In New York. Theli hi,ii, I .. . ., ., .4 oilier gucnis were isrigaaier uenerar Kenjon, of the British army, and. Mrs. Kenyon. ADVERTISEMENT Influenza. Cold, Pneumonia. Sore Throat Yields Quickly to Antiseptic Treatment. I Many are finding relief from Influ ! enza. Colds, Sore Throat and perhaps' preventing pneumonia, it Is said, by the use of Miller's Antiseptic Oil (krown as Snake Oil). Its great pen etrating. pain relieving qualities in sure almost Instant relief when ap plied freely on the chest or throat well greased when rtrst sjc toms arUe. The OH penetrates through to the affected ports and tends to open up the olr passages, making breath Inc more easy, relieving the tuin. ton Mrs. McDonnell is making aerl And for the "li a fen drops on u tome at Fort Stronjr. Boston Harbor. Mass., during her husband s absence The Sisterhood of the Wsshingtcn Hebrew Congregation will not hold Its monthly meeting In December, but the next meeting will take place, as little sucar tifiiall brines nromnt re H . ...'.. . . , . . .T - - t. iiei uon 1 tan 10 nave a Dottle on nond when the attack comes on. and If usd according lo directions results are assured, or our money refunded On ssle by People's Drug Stores, 7th and K N. U. 7th and 15 N W.. 14th and U N. W.. 7th and M N. W., 8th and H N. E. 30c 60c and J1.09 bottles. 1 TABLE d'HOTE LUNCHEON AND DINNER SERVICE SODA FOUNTAIN AND CANDY DEPARTMENT Where we wiD serve Soda, Ice Cream, etc., and sell Candy all of the ame high quality for which Cary's Fifteenth Street Store has become famous. HOURS: 7.30 A. At. U 12 o'clock SUJnlihl HE gerrerous patronage accorded Cary's first establohment, from'the day of its opening. last June at 705 Fifteenth Street. N. W., has en couraged the proprietors belief that the Cary Idea of Service can be as successfully: applied to an enterprise of the kind announced herein. Briefly, the chief purpose of this new estab lishment is to provide a. centrally located place where busy people rrtay enjoy an appetizing Luncheon or Dinner without annoying delays. To that end an a la carte service wiU be ren dered from 1 1 A. M. to 8.30 P. M. daily on the Main Floor, at eight inviting counters, each having its own direct connection with the kitcheij en an upper floor. On the Second Floor. Plate Luncheons wjH be served daily from 12 o'clock Noon to 2 JO P. M.. and Plate Dinners daily from 5 to 8.30 P. M. and Sunday from 1.30 to 8.30 P. M. A specialty of Cary's will be a delicious Chicken Dinner. In ad dition, there will be Meat. Ham or Fish, and Vege- , table Dinners. As to the food, the proprietor wishes to empha-' size the fact that everything will be of the lest the markets afford, and will be prepared with exacting care. " . 1